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  1. Michael Vick's release will cost Falcons $7M against cap

    Len Pasquarelli

    Because of the acceleration of future salary cap prorations, the Atlanta Falcons will be charged more than $7 million in so-called "dead money" for Michael Vick against their 2009 salary cap, after releasing the quarterback on Friday morning.

    Story | Conversation | June 12, 2009
  2. Romo deal 'set the stage' for eventual Garrard contract talks

    Len Pasquarelli

    Jacksonville QB David Garrard is quite a salary bargain for a starting QB. The Jaguars would be wise to address a new deal with Garrard quickly, given where the market has gone and will continue to go.

    Story | Conversation | November 23, 2007
  3. Vick-Falcons money situation could get testy

    Len Pasquarelli

    For the Falcons to realize the cap benefits they desire in conjunction with the Michael Vick contract default, the quarterback must actually repay them the money. That could set up a nasty situation, Len Pasqaurelli writes.

    Story | Conversation | October 26, 2007
  4. Falcons plug defense, sign Milloy to 3-year, $6M deal

    Len Pasquarelli

    The Atlanta Falcons on Friday reached an agreement with unrestricted free-agent safety Lawyer Milloy, who was released by the Bills last week.

    Story | Conversation | March 17, 2006
  5. McGinest's salary, bonus money an issue for Pats

    Len Pasquarelli

    LB Willie McGinest, who has spent his entire NFL career with the Pats, could be released and made a free agent.

    Story | Conversation | February 24, 2006
  6. CBA uncertainty complicates things for Simms

    Len Pasquarelli

    The stalled CBA talks could make contract negotiations tricky for the Buccaneers and QB Chris Simms.

    Story | Conversation | January 13, 2006
  7. Ruskell, Angelo and Accorsi deserve praise

    Len Pasquarelli

    While a number of executives deserve praise, three -- Tim Ruskell (Seahawks), Jerry Angelo (Bears) and Ernie Accorsi (Giants) -- have stood out.

    Story | Conversation | December 30, 2005
  8. Schulters stabilizing force for Dolphins secondary

    Len Pasquarelli

    Koren Robinson and Chris Hovan are among the veteran players making minimum salaries but producing big seasons for their clubs.

    Story | Conversation | December 09, 2005
  9. Falcons release receiver Price

    Len Pasquarelli

    The Atlanta Falcons closed the books on the Peerless Price experiment, cutting the receiver after two seasons. The team invested a first-round pick and $12.5 million in bonuses and salaries for Price.

    Story | Conversation | August 30, 2005
  10. Running back's contract will need readdressing

    Len Pasquarelli

    Running back Warrick Dunn has come to the aid of the Atlanta Falcons, reworking his contract to provide the team some much-needed salary cap relief.

    Story | Conversation | March 30, 2005
  11. More than ever, wide receivers are expendable

    Len Pasquarelli

    The plethora of WR trades over the past year shows that some in the NFL think receivers have become disposable.

    Story | Conversation | October 22, 2004
  12. Vikes hope Bennett, Wiggins fill holes

    Len Pasquarelli

    Saturday NFL roundup

    Story | Conversation | March 20, 2004
  13. Urlacher earned $15 million for '03

    Len Pasquarelli

    Chicago LB Brian Urlacher, a Pro Bowler in each of his four seasons, was the NFL's highest-paid player for 2003.

    Story | Conversation | February 12, 2004
  14. Allen has strong salary cap skills

    Len Pasquarelli

    Coach Bill Callahan, fired Wednesday after only two seasons, might not be the last prominent figure to leave the Oakland Raiders.

    Story | Conversation | January 01, 2004
  15. Nine-year veteran signs one-year contract

    Len Pasquarelli

    Tight end Brian Kozlowski, regarded more for being a key role player than a major receiving threat for the Atlanta Falcons, re-signed for another season Monday.

    Story | Conversation | March 17, 2003
  16. Falcons cut Ambrose, Jefferson, Dronett

    Len Pasquarelli

    Just one day after the Atlanta Falcons used some of their available salary cap space to re-sign star linebacker Keith Brooking to a lucrative new contract, the club created some much-needed wiggle room, releasing three veterans and saving more than $9 million on the league spending limit.

    Story | Conversation | February 21, 2003